And just because they managed to sign up doesn’t mean they’ve actually been enrolled. First, all their passwords will have to be reset. This will deeply confuse many of them. Second, a significant percentage of their enrollment applications will be rejected due to errors or lack of required information. Finally, another percentage of them will simply be lost, vanishing into the vast, clanking bowels of one of the most laughably-executed large IT projects in recent memory.
I’ll be very suprised if even 20,000 of those enrollments are actually ever completed.